Saweetie takes on the animal-print trend in tiger thigh-high boots for her newest music video — and it’s the perfect distraction if you need a break from your work-from-home schedule.
The rapper joins in on a remixed version of Mulatto’s song “B*tch from Da Souf” with fellow female rapper Trina. In the music video, Saweetie takes over a retro-style diner, dancing on tables and even rapping upon a roof.
The 26-year-old shared a sneak peek at the video on her Instagram, where she can be seen wearing two cropped-top looks with spandex bottoms. The first, an all-white ensemble, is paired with thigh-high boots with a sky-high heel and a glittering rhinestone coating. The second look includes a pink cropped top with a graphic gold chain design, black shorts and the wildest boots. The thigh-highs feature a tiger-stripe pattern, with a lace-up front, a black leather finish and a soaring stiletto heel.
Although Saweetie’s new music video has just released, she has been keeping a low profile as she self-isolates and self-quarantines. The hip-hop star shared a video on March 18 of herself and friends dancing in sweatshirts and loungewear while holding cleaning wipes, calling it a “quarantine kickback.”
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Saweetie’s fashion experience extends beyond stylish red carpet ensembles and on-screen looks since she even has experience with showing looks at New York Fashion Week. The entertainer debuted a collaboration with PrettyLittleThing at NYFW spring ’20, bringing out a star-studded crowd including Nicky and Paris Hilton, Ashanti and more.
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